A 1955 epiode of "The Paul Winchell/Jerry Mahoney Show". With original candy commercials. A delightful childrens series. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50s, 50's, 1950s, 1950's, Fifties, Children's Television, Cult TV
Plot taken from IMDb: 'Fatty' is looking forward to attending a formal occasion. But in order to go, he has to be properly dressed, and he encounters unexpected difficulties in getting himself ready. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle
Episode 3 of Joe Riley's amazing cable access TV show The Hypnotic Eye Produced in the pre-youtube world of 1996. In this episode, Mr Eye does a feature on Spectreman, takes us behind the scenes at Big Broad Geurillamonster Films and hangs out with the Psychadeclic Glue Sniffin' Hillbillies. There's also a special musical guest, a marrionette Cliff Richard Jr *Posted by Rockulaproductions, producer of "Countrockula's Theatre for the Insane!" (also on archive.org) rockulaproductions.com ( 1 reviews ) Topics: The Hypnotic Eye, Joe Riley, Dallas Cable Access, Spectreman, Battle of the Planets, Superargo,...
Various poetry, some excerpts from Slanky. Some unpublished/untitled. It is split into two parts where the Cassette was flipped over. Also, there's some pretty cool songs played on the radio. Such as Buffalo Daughter's Big Wednesday. God damn, what a freakin' cool station. Sucks I missed this. ( 1 reviews ) Source: Live Radio Broadcast > Cassette Tape recording > Cassette/CD conversion > MP3
Disc 1 01. Introduction 02. 27 Jennifers 03. Tremendous Brunettes 04. Grey Ghost 05. Madeline And Nine 06. Navigating By The Stars At Night 07. Circles 08. Put It Down 09. Janine 10. Fort Hood 11. Rising Sign 12. Where Have You Gone? 13. I Just Want The Girl In The Blue Dress To Keep On Dancing 14. Looking At The World From A Bottom Of A Well 15. Cussing Tirade / Changing String Disc 2 01. White Lexus 02. St. Louise Is Listening 03. Soft Serve 04. Busting Up A Starbucks 05. Lazy Bones 06. The... ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Indie Source: Sony ECM-MS907 Mic > Sony MD MZ-NH700 HI-MD Recorder
Shower of Stars: Lend an ear Hosted by William Lundigan with Bergen/McCarthy, Gene Nelson, Sheree North and Mario Lanza. Aired "live" and in color on Oct. 28, 1954. Like it's the case with most early color broadcasts, it seems that only a b/w kinescope survives. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Shower of Stars, Classic TV, Live TV, Kinescope, CBS, 1950's Television, 1954, Chrysler, Plymouth
This 1926 black and white film from Japan takes place in an asylum. Although cut together in an ever maddening maelstrom the film losely tells the story of the janitor of the asylum. His wife is one of the patients. One day their daughter shows up at the asylum to tell her mother about her engagement. This sets off a number of subplots and flashbacks which stitch together the family history for instance why the mother is a patient and why the daughter is unaware of her fathers job as a janitor. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: black and white, film, movie, japan, japanese
Soul Coughing October 23, 1998 Irving Plaza NYC NY *** THIS IS A 16-BIT FILESET INTENDED FOR AUDIO CD *** DISK ONE 01 intro > Screenwriter's Blues 02 Rolling > 03 Monster Man 04 Soundtrack to Mary > 05 Soft Serve 06 Blue-Eyed Devil 07 The Idiot Kings 08 Maybe I'll Come Down 09 $300 10 Circles 11 Bus To Beelzebub 12 I Miss The Girl 13 St. Louise Is Listening 14 White Girl 15 Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago DISK TWO 01 Mr. Bitterness 02 Girl In A Box > 03 Moon Sammy ENCORE 04 True Dreams... ( 2 reviews ) Source: schoeps cmc6/mk4 > sonosax sx-m2 > sony pcm-m1
Shows what is being done to create an awareness of accident situations and to train people to give emergency first aid when accidents occur. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contactÂ A/V Geeks LLC. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: First aid, American Red Cross
Fourteen international awards, including an Academy Award, Nomination and the Special Prize of the Jury, Cannes Intl Festival. Presents a surrealistic and humorous satire on the Madison Avenue image of the world through advertising. The terrific jazz soundtrack was done by Bob Brookmeyer and Gerry Mulligan, who was a friend of filmmaker Carson "Kit" Davidson. This film was restored courtesy the Academy Film Archive. More on Davidson and his other films you can view at... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: experimental, jazz, dada, surrealism
Born in 1927 in the border area between Washington and Idaho, Kienholz moved to Los Angeles in 1953, where he began making a series of bas-reliefs with found material. Prior to his death in 1994, he was primarily known for his "Assembly Art" sculptures, consisting of mannequins, stuffed animals, and pieces of clothing, focusing on subjects such as controversial as bordellos, back seat sex, and abortion. Steel’s extremely entertaining film consists of audience reactions to a Kienholz... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: art, los angeles
Episode 2 of Joe Riley's amazing cable access TV show "The Hypnotic Eye" Produced in the pre-youtube world of 1996,"The Multi-cultural Episode" features Mr. Eye and "Donny" taking you through an hour long pop culture journey featuring Ted Lyons , The Ramones, Tiny Tim, Lancelot Link and THE SHAT performing "Rocket Man"! *Posted by Rockulaproductions, producer of "Coutrockula's Theater for the Insane!" (also on archive.org) rockulaproductions.com ( 3 reviews ) Topics: The Hypnotic Eye, Joe Riley, Elvira, Great Garloo, The Mysterions, The Archies, Ted Lyons and the...
Episode 4 of Joe Riley's amazing cable access TV show "The Hypnotic Eye" Produced in the pre-youtube world of 1996 The "Halloween Epipsode" Mr Eye features an hour long mix of Halloween oriented video for your next Hallloween party featuring movie trailers, clips and even vintage promo trailers from the old horror-shock movie promotions *Posted by Rockulaproductions, producer of "Countrockula'sTheater for the Insane!" (also on archive.org) rockulaproductions.com ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Joe Riley, Halloween, Frankenstein, Kara Kum, The Ghost and Mr Chicken, Goke Body Snatcher from...
Excerpt from documentary about the advertising business : Footage of filming a McDonald's Christmas commercial. King Moody, in Ronald McDonald costume, talks about the few perks he gets playing that part. Reinhard claims that the ads for McDonald's are subtle since they sell the product through the characters instead of convincing people to buy the product. ( 3 reviews ) Topic: TV About TV
A rebellious punk (Jack Nicholson) of the beat generation spends his days as an amateur dirt track driver in between partying and troublemaking. He eventually kidnaps his buddy's girlfriend, kills a few police officers and finally sees his own life end in tragedy. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Crime, Drama, Jack Nicholson
Med student Lewis Moffitt (George E. Mather) harbours a secret fear of the dark stemming from a traumatic childhood incident involving a corpse. Nonetheless, he pretends to be unaffected during the first autopsy witnessed by his class, and generally affects an attitude of fearlessness. This, however, inspires his would-be frat brothers to conceive a particularly morbid initiation ritual -- one which will, inevitably, go horribly awry. ( 3 reviews ) Topic: Horror
All-girl school Mar Brynn tries to get more pupils and publicity by making fun of the Quincton college. For revenge, the boys there sent Bob Sheppard (Johnny Downs) to Mar Brynn, dressed as a girl, to give them a slight scandal. But he falls in love with Virginia (Frances Langford), the girl who is putting on a show there. Now Bob has the problem of getting revenge for Quinceton and not loosing his girl, especially when Quinceton hears about his relationship and decides to sent him support. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Comedy, Musical
A short film by Ernö Metzner, which can be considered avantgarde cinema. The life of a man is documented for one day. His life gets out of control after he finds a coin on the street. When he tries to buy something with it, it isn't accepted because it is suspected to be counterfeit. Later he uses it to bet in a dice game, it brings him lots of luck, however it all bring the attention of two criminals who make plans to rob him. Running away from the men, he takes refuge in a prostitutes... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: German, Avantgarde, Short film, Depression, Silent
This is a Turkish movie from 1967. Kilink is a super villain in a skeleton suit. This is a classic movie, at least for those who enjoy cult cinema. If you're even a little bit curious, check this out. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Turkish, cult, movie, Kilink, skeleton, suit, superhero, psychotronic, weird
Tremendous Brunettes The Pink Life Ossining Rising Sign Shunned + Falsified Thank You, Lord, For Sending Me the F Train Nectarine (Part Two) (You Should Be) Doubly (Gratified) Grey Ghost Madeline and Nine Pleasure on Credit 40 Grand in the Hole Circles Your Misfortune 27 Jennifers (I Want To) Burn You (Down) True Dreams of Wichita (He's Got The) Whole World (In His Hands) Janine Looking at the World From the Bottom of a Well Sunken-Eyed Girl ( 5 reviews ) Topic: Indie Source: FM
Little Steve wishes that he didn't have so many siblings. But when he dreams that his siblings all go away, is he really happy? This ZIP file contains each individual frame as a separate TIFF. ( 5 reviews ) Topic: filmstrip
Betmen Yarasa Adam is a crazy and low-budget Turkish superhero movie from 1973. It certainly portrays the Caped Crusader in a different light than westerners are used to seeing. He's a smirky, big-haired guy who smokes, uses a gun, frequents strip clubs (with Robin in tow), roughs up women, and habitually screws around behind his girlfriend's back. There is a cat-petting villain who resembles Blofeld. The film has a little mild nudity, so be forewarned. The film is in pretty so-so condition. In... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Turkish, weird, psychotronic, Kilink, cult, vintage, Batman, sci-fi, superhero
A breif ad encouraging patrons to bring a disabled person woth them to the drive-in for a discount on admission. Suggestion: insert this clip before the previews when making your double feature dvd. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: drive-in, clip, ad, PSA
Comedy-Western called "Dusty's Trail". This episode is called "Androcles and the Bear". Silly, but cute. Commonly considered to be a spin-off of "Gilligan's Island". Public domain as it's copyright wasn't renewed. Running time is short as this was a syndicated show. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: 70's TV, Western, Television, Classic TV
An episode of the fifties television series ''You Asked for It'', featuring the following: Pin-up girls, a Skippy Peanut Butter commercial, Oscar-winners Bill and Coo, A Hawaiian cowboy-song singer, another Skippy Peanut Butter commercial, And a reunion of the "Our Gang" kids. (update: someone on another website did some research and it seems this episode aired on the long-defunct DuMont Network. I mention this due to the rarity of shows from the network, which are sought-after by... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, Fifties, 1950s, 1950's, 50s, 50's, Culture, Commercial, Commercials, Food,...
After an unknown catastrophe, two men and a woman find themselves the only ones alive anywhere. The men wind up fighting each other for the woman's affections. This is a faded color print of a Roger Corman film. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: sci-fi, apocalypse, feature films
Pilot episode of "PDQ", a popular game show of the 60's. Hosted by Dennis James. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 60's, 60s, 1960's, 1960s, Sixties, Public Domain, Game Show, Game Shows,...
Episode of the 1966 summer replacement series "The Face is Familiar", a game show with a rather interesting concept. Complete with original commercials. Guests include June Lockhart ("Lost in Space") and Bob Crane ("Hogan's Heroes"). ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1966, 60's, 60s, 1960's, 1960s, Sixties, Game Show, Shows, Series, Puzzle,...
An 1958 episode of "Do You Trust Your Wife" starring Johnny Carson, complete and unedited. Rated G. This series was a daytime game show. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's, 50s, 1950's, 1950s, Fifties, Television, Public Domain, Retro, Daytime TV, Game...
1. Collapse 2. White Girl 3. 4 Out Of 5 4. Casiotone Nation 5. 16 Horses 6. Screenwriter's Blues 7. Soundtrack To Mary 8. Soft Serve 9. Paint 10. Don't Go Wreck The Car (I Got Lost In The Parking Lot) 11. Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago 12. Mr. Bitterness 13. Idiot Kings 14. Super Bon Bon 15. Lazy Bones 16. Moon Sammy 17. Disseminated 18. Sugar Free Jazz 19. Blue Eyed Devil ( 10 reviews ) Topic: Live concert Source: SBD -> DAT -> CD-R -> SHNs
Watch with Mother - Andy Pandy: The Cart British show for young children first shown as part of the ‘Watch with Mother’ strand. First transmitted on the BBC on the 8th July 1952. In the Public Domain under the UK 50 year broadcast copyright laws. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, Children, BBC, Watch with Mother, 1950’s, Andy Pandy
Episode of the 50's "panal" game show called "Quick as a Flash", with guest Boris Karloff. This episode is from 1952, and is somewhat incomplete, although the game-play is intact. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50s, 50's, 1950s, 1950's, Fifties, Game Show, Game Shows
An amazingly incomplete episode of the brilliantly campy soap opera "Valiant Lady". This show was performed live. Charming, exciting and watchable, this is a fun little daytime drama performance from 1953. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50's, 50s, 1950's, 1950s, Fifties, Campy, Camp, Soap Opera, Soap Operas,...
Episode of the short-lived 50's sitcom "The Eve Arden Show" called "White Elephant Sale". Features original commercials, and is suitable for the whole family. ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's TV, 1950's Television, 50s, 1950s, Fifties, Sitcom
Another episode of that unpopular and unfunny "classic" TV series ''The Betty Hutton Show'', complete with poor script, bad acting, annoying laugh-track and lousy production values. MOST 50s TV SHOWS WERE BETTER THAN THIS GARBAGE!! Please remember that most shows aired in the 1950's were better than this crap. DON'T DOWNLOAD THIS POOP!! ( 10 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Unfunny, Lame, Garbage, Crap, Crappy, Laugh track, Plan 9 from Outer Space, Betty...
Sometimes called Turkish Star Wars, and also known as The Super Adam Who Saved Earth, Space Hero Lion Man or Turkish Lionman. This is a complete rip off of Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, Buck Rogers'79, Flash Gordon'80, The Black Hole and Raiders of the Lost Ark all rolled into one astounding mess. Has a lot of stock footage lifted from old trailers for Star Wars, The Magic Sword and others; While also displaying costumes that resemble Flash Gordon's Ming, Star Wars' Darth Vader and... ( 12 reviews ) Topics: turish, star, wars, man, who, saved, world, lion, adam, scifi, science fiction, action, adventure,...
Episode of "School House", a short-lived series on the DuMont Television Network which aired in early 1949. Among the 'pupils' in Kenny Delmar's class are Arnold Stang and Wally Cox. Title credits of this print are missing. ( 11 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 40's, DuMont, Live Television, Kinescope, Wally Cox, Arnold Stang, 1949
Failed TV Pilot called "Little Amy", produced 1962. This pilot is about a small child. Features some nice footage of early 60's house design. ( 13 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 60's TV, 1960's Television, Public Domain, 1962, Suburbia, Children
Failed TV pilot from 1961 called "Daddy-O". This sitcom pilot is filled with twists! Odd, But amusing. I think the reason it wasn't picked up is because they would of run out of storylines quickly. It's Worth watching. ( 16 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 60's TV, 1960's Television, Sixties, Pilot, Public Domain, Rare, Retro